May 29, 2013 was our One Year Anniversary
Perfect time for a little tour, don't you think?
Now let me tell you....there's not a room in this house that is complete.
I guess I'm really slow.
The entry is large and has been confusing to me.
There are two tables in here
and three niches in the wall. Most of you have heard me fuss about those niches before.
To the right of the entry is our dining room.
This room went from nekkid to beautiful with the advice of my friends.
Around a corner from the front door is a downstairs guest room.
I call this the Granny Room because our elderly
family members always choose this room to avoid climbing the stairs.
The Granny Room has tiny little bathroom.
You can see the beautiful shower curtain and accessories here.
I brought all of this from the last house.
Here's the family room that is open to the kitchen and eating area.
Sorry about the glare...there are lots of windows looking out on the pond.
You can see the kitchen over there beyond the family room.
More pictures here.
I love this kitchen!!
The master bedroom is downstairs also.
We love this room. :)
I thought I'd show you this fun wall in the laundry room.
I covered the upper section with Cavallini Papers.
The left side of the room is the washer/dryer/sink area.
Everything upstairs is only 1/2 way done because I've made the downstairs the priority.
Here's a peek at the bedrooms.
The one below is my son's room.
He just took it upon himself to repaint and I love the color he chose...it's a bluish gray.
I call this Spencer's room even though he doesn't live here and he hates the bedspread and the picture. :)
That's a Janet Hill print above the bed.
The deer has flowers and butterflies on his antlers and he is not a Christmas deer!
Let me tell you, that's a constant debate around here.
I have plans to plank the wall at the head of this bed.
This is the Girly Room.
This room makes me swoon and stare.
No girls in our family so I just had to do this. :
You can see more of this room here.
Thank you for visiting today and I hope you'll come again soon.
Thank you to Gina at Shabby Creek Cottage for hosting the Summer Tour of Homes linky party.